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  Arlington Auxiliary Air Station "Navalairs" (1945)

 

Years of Operation: 1945

 

Overall Record:  6-1

 

First Game: Oct 7, 1945 vs Seattle Coast Guard

 

First Win: Oct 7, 1945 vs Seattle Coast Guard

 

Final Game: Nov 16, 1945 vs Sand Point Bombers

 

League Affiliation:

Northwest Service Football League (1945)  

 

 

 

Team Headquarters: 

Naval Auxiliary Air Station

Arlington, Washington

Owner: United States Navy

 

Coaches:  Lt. Tom Rogers; Lt. W.B. Porterfield

 

 

Home Field(s): Bagshaw Field

Titles Won

 

 

 

 

Honors

 

 

Key Players:

G - Devareaux

FB - Zylka

QB - Gabbard

T - Evanoff

FB - Gordon Young

HB - Tony Siciliano

HB - Dan Raykovitz

G - Steve Henkes

 

The Arlington Naval Air Reserves battled the Sand Point Blue Bombers in an epic service teams battle of undefeateds.

 

A loss, it was hoped would force a rematch, however following the game the CASU draft forced the break up of the team and the season would end at 6-1.

 

1945 Schedule/Results (6-1):

 
Oct 7 @ Seattle Coast Guard 32-0
Oct 12 - Port Angeles Commandos 24-0
Oct 20 @ Seattle MPs 46-0
Oct 27 @ Port Angeles Commandos 19-7
Nov 3 - Seattle Coast Guard 31-7
Nov 10 - Seattle MPs 31-0
Nov 16 - Sand Point Bombers 6-19
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

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